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Dell Aero details confirmed with new leak

This offering from Dell is a bit toned down from the recent leaks but is still a great device. The Dell Aero will be released for AT&T sometime in the second quarter. It has a 624 MHZ processor and a few other tricks up its sleeve.

Dell Looking Glass tablet leaks with Tegra 2

Dell is on a full on Android assault, they have many new devices in the pipeline. Seeing as how they entered the game late, they are positioning themselves to offer the most Android devices in the market. This tablet is similar to the Dell Mini 5, aka the Streak, it is a seven inch tablet. Rumors have this thing set for a November release.

Dell Smoke brings A New Form Factor to Android

Dell has a lot of new different Android devices entering the market late this year and early next year. This one is called the Smoke, it’s like a slim Blackberry mixed with a Pixi. This device will be targeted towards corporate customers but the appeal of this phone will widen if Dell sticks to their plans of offering this device at a low price.

Dell Thunder: Android 2.1 with 4.1-inch OLED, Flash 10 and Hulu

The second leak of future Dell Android devices comes in any color you like long as its black (car guys gets this). This phone will be called the Thunder and with it comes a new UI made by Dell called Stage. Like the last leaked phone by Dell, there’s good news and bad news with this device as well.

Dell Aero hands-on and UI walkthrough – Video

Like most new phones, AT&T and Dell are trying to keep the information on this phone tight lipped until they are ready to officially introduce it. Engadget managed to get some hands on time with the Aero at this year’s CTIA and there were a few surprises packed into this phone. Needless to say they are not the type of surprises we like around here.

Want An Android Phone? Don’t Choose AT&T – Part 2

Seems like it was just yesterday that we all were disappointed when we found out that AT&T will use Yahoo Search instead of Google Search in the Moto BackFlip and you will not have the ability to install apps from places other than the Android Market. Well folks, they’ve done it again. The upcoming Dell Aero, a renamed Mini 3, will be locked down as well.

Hummingbird Graphics Processor, Galaxy S

Well, this came as a complete surprise to me. The Galaxy S will be the strongest handset as far as graphics and gaming goes when it is released (unless something stronger is in the making). Once you pair this outstanding GPU with its beautiful SUPER AMOLED display and powerful processor, you will have a handset that truly rivals today’s mobile gaming platforms.

AT&T Dell Aero gets official

AT&T have announced their first Android smartphone, the Dell Aero, which looks to be their rebadge of the Dell Mini 3.  Details on the handset are scant - we're expecting to hear more at CTIA Wireless 2010 this week - but AT&T have confirmed that they've worked with Dell on re-skinning the standard Android UI. Otherwise we're guessing the handset is a 3G phone with a 3.5-inch 640 x 360 touchscreen display, and a 3-megapixel auto-focus camera with flash.  There's also Bluetooth, a microSD slot, and GPS. According to the AT&T press release there will eventually be an Aero mini-site at www.att.com/aero; however it doesn't appear to be live at time of writing.

Kindle for Android Finally Coming Soon?

The upcoming Streak from Dell, we all know it as the Mini 5, has a few services  from Amazon preinstalled. One of which is a Kindle app.  Amazon's MP3 store is expected since that’s already on several Android devices. On a promo picture for the Streak is has "Kindle Book Reader Applications" listed as well as a few other apps. Could Dell's Streak  usher in Amazon's digital book reader to Android?
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